Reviewed By Barbara A (Chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Quest —4/7/2015 3:28 PM
I saw, I purchased, I put on back seat and no more paw prints on seat covers. It's easy to clean but my dog slides around if sitting.
Reviewed By Laurie L (MINNEAPOLIS, MN) Reviewed for a 2015 Subaru Forester —2/3/2015 7:02 AM
New car + old dog = potential disaster. Blame it on the dog? I don't think so. Instead we got a back seat cover. When it arrived--very quickly too--we were pleased with the heavy material and sturdy construction. The dog is pleased too. Now we can all enjoy the new car.
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